Places to Stay in Otis, Oregon

From oceanside hotels and rental beach cabins to coastal yurts and tent camping, there’s a place to lay your head at the Coast.

From oceanside hotels and rental beach cabins to coastal yurts and tent camping, there’s a place to lay your head at the Coast.

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Central Coast

Lincoln City KOA

Start with a hearty breakfast from Mel’s Kamper Kitchen. Then hit the beach, Devils Lake or the Lincoln City Kite Festival (there’s one in Summer and one in Fall). The area boasts miles of soft beaches, perfect for whale watching,...

5298 N.E. Park Lane
Otis, OR

541-994-2961
Email us (lincolnkoa[at]harborside[dot]com)

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Central Coast

Lake House Bed & Breakfast

The Lake House is a bed and breakfast located on Devil’s Lake, a 680-acre freshwater lake with a stunning view just two miles from the Pacific Coast and downtown Lincoln City. The Lake House is a cedar home and guest...

2165 N.E. E. Devils Lake Road
Otis, OR

541-996-8938
Email us (lakehousebnb[at]charter[dot]net)

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Central Coast

Vacasa Vacation Rentals – Otis

When you book with Vacasa, you’re getting more than a vacation rental. You’re getting professional service you can count on. We’re here for you throughout your entire vacation—from providing 3D tours of every Vacasa property to local staff caring for...

Otis, OR

503-305-4521
Email us (info[at]vacasa[dot]com)

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Central Coast

Anna’s Falls B&B

7212 Salmon River Hwy.
Otis, OR

541-994-8785
Email us (info[at]annasfalls[dot]com)

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Head South for These Less-Crowded Coastal Lodgings

Ask any seasoned Oregon traveler and they’ll tell you the same tip for visiting the Oregon Coast: Warmer weather brings the crowds to Oregon’s North Coast. That means if you head a bit farther south along the beautiful U.S. Highway 101, you have plenty of room to stay socially distanced amid the rugged landscape and wild beauty of Oregon’s Central and South Coast. While planning your trip, check out these unique lodging options for an extra-memorable stay.
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Outstanding Places to Stay on the Coast

When leisure travel is allowed again, Oregon’s coastal communities are ready to welcome you back to their spectacular oceanfront resorts, charming beachside cottages and family-friendly spaces for all budgets. Visitors can have peace of mind, too, knowing that all have...
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Bandon Dunes Unveils Sheep Ranch Golf Course

World-renowned Bandon Dunes Golf Resort is Oregon’s most-lauded golf experience with authentic Scottish-links-style play, set along a spectacular stretch of Pacific coastline. With its four celebrated 18-hole courses — Bandon Dunes, Bandon Trails, Pacific Dunes and Old Macdonald –– all...
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Yurts to Glamp in this Season

The kids are back at school and the campgrounds are finally quiet. It’s a great time to book a yurt, which makes for an easy and comfy (not to mention affordable) rest after a day of fresh coastal air. If...
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Spend a Night at These Lesser-Known Coastal Lodgings

The oceans and mountains, rivers and lakes along the Oregon Coast range are magical places to wake up every morning on vacation. But have you ever dreamed of sleeping in a working lighthouse, on a houseboat, at the base of...
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Weekend in Waldport

If you’ve ever traveled along Highway 101 between Newport and Florence, you may recall feeling the grandeur of the Alsea Bay Bridge and its soaring arch over the sparkling bay. It’s actually the fanciest part of Waldport — an under-the-radar...
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